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First Peoples

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This report presents the findings from Think Impact and Kowa Collaboration’s (Kowa) Developmental Evaluation and Social Return on Investment (SROI) analysis of the Culture and Kinship program. The program is uniquely community-driven, with a flexible funding model that empowered communities to lead the way with their own solutions in the form of self-determined, locally-led programs.

The program has reinforced the undeniable fact that Aboriginal-led and localised approaches deliver the best results for community and Aboriginal knowledge, empowerment, advocacy, and innovation are the key to healing.

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